Taleem al-Quran 2010 – Juz 29 – L294C

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Al-Maarij 1-44 Tafsir 15-35

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Bismillah al Rahman al Rahim

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lesson number 294. certain knowledge will begin from Isaiah number 15

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Kola in Halawa? No Indeed, it is the flame of hell Kela a reputation of the wish of the museum, that the museum will wish that he could offer his own son, his own wife, his own family, the entire world as a ransom and free himself from the punishment. But what does Allah say can no way this is not happening? He cannot offer anyone as ransom he cannot free himself from the punishment and that punishment What is it in the hand of law? It is the flame of hell. Level is from the fetters Lam law. Yeah, it means a flame, blazing fire. This is the literal meaning of the word nozzle, a rising flame, which does not have any smoke in it. So know why it is such fire whose flames are rising

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upwards. And this has to be a huge, massive fire. We learned in alpha and delta comm now on to alpha nanoantennas law. What does that mean? Meaning it's flames rise upwards. It's a huge fire. It's a massive fire.

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And lava is also understood as the name of Hellfire

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so can learn in high level. Indeed, it is the flame of hell. It is the fire of hell, whose flames reach upwards, they will rise up. It's a massive fire. It's a huge fire. And why is it so that it's flame rise upwards because of its intensity? Because of its extreme heat.

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And this fire is such that nuzhat Elisha, a remover of exteriores, NASA, NASA farfalla one that does NASA again and again very harshly, terribly. So it is one that removes snatches away ripping apart how very harshly What does it snatch away? What does it rip away? lisha. The exterior is the exteriors of who those who are thrown into it.

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The word shower is the plural of the word show from the roof letters chinwo. Yeah.

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And show it is the skin of the head and the face. So what is it the scalp as well as the skin of the face? It's also said that show what are the applause meaning the exteriors the sides of the body? parts of the body, which if a person is struck on them, it does not cause him death, meaning it's not a fatal blow. Like for example, if a person's hand is cut off, does that mean he will die? No. Similarly, if a person's foot is cut off, does it mean he will die? No. So shall what are what First of all, it is the scalp? This the skin of the face. And then it's also used for the exteriors of the body parts of the body which if when struck, injured or wounded, they do not necessarily cause death

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like the hands and the feet. So nuzhat Alicia, what does it mean? It will burn the scalp of the person. Just imagine, one flame is enough to pull off the shower of a person to rip apart his shower to rip apart his hands and feet to rip apart his entire skin. nezhat Alicia,

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someone said that shower refers to the flesh of the entire body, the entire skin of the body nezhat Alicia, one flame of the cell fire is sufficient to rip apart a person's skins and his exterior limbs, his fingers, his hands, his feet, all of them burnt.

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And remember that the fire of hell is so intense that it will also have a huge impact on the interiors of the body isn't

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that the least amount of punishment that will be given to a person is such that the fire will be at his feet and as a result his head will be boiling. Imagine the heat will reach up to the head. So nezhat Alicia, if it's so intense that it's going to impact the interior of the body so much that imagine its effect on the exterior of the body

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that it calls men adebola the one who turned back with a one and he went away. This Hellfire we'll be literally calling every person who turned away and went away turned away from what from event and voila. From what

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From if our

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did not believe and did not obey, so the Hellfire will literally be calling people.

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Some say the third rule it will call this is figurative. So what it means is that every person who is such a devout Allah tala, his destination will be hellfire. However we learn from many ahaadeeth as well as onic verses that the Hellfire will actually speak Allah subhanaw taala will enable you to speak. Like for example, we have learned in sort of cloth along with question how fire hallym develop deep? And what will she say? What the Kuru helmy moseyed, it will give an answer it will respond. Similarly, in the Hadees, we learned that Hellfire and Jenna they had an argument, remember, and the Hellfire was boasting about how the arrogant the tyrants, they are going to end up

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in hellfire. And you know about the Hadith. So anyway, we learned that Hellfire will actually speak. And part of the speech of Hellfire is that it will call those people by name who deserve to enter it. Just imagine a person is trying to avoid hellfire. A person is trying not to even look at hellfire. Imagine the scene of the Day of Judgment. He's looking here and there. What can I find? Who can I find so that I can give him as ransom so that I can be freed from the punishment? And from behind him the Hellfire is calling him that? It is calling man adebola the one who turned his back to me, man, what a will and he went away from the truth didn't even bother to obey. What jamara and

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instead of obeying, what did he do, Gemma he collected? What did he collect the things of this dunya he was busy with his collections. He was busy making money. He was busy gathering up collecting wealth the matar of this dunya and whatever that he had gathered up, what did you do with it for OA? Then he also hoarded it.

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From the root letters. Well, I yeah, worry. What are you have although none, were here, what does that mean? To retain something in a container to keep money in a pouch and close it so that it does not come out? It does not fall? It does not get lost? So our he hoarded he preserved, he kept it with himself. He didn't share it. He didn't spend it. He didn't spend it on others, but rather he just hoarded it with himself with Gemma for over.

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He spent his entire life piling wealth, and he hid it so that other people don't even see it. We have learned earlier about the characteristics of the people of Hellfire, what is it that they don't encourage the feeding of the poor and the needy? Well, I have brought out Armand miskeen.

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Similarly, we learn under the Gema Merlin what are the the one who gathers of wealth and then he counts it? Meaning he's just concerned about making more money with Jamal for or, but no matter how much he has collected, no matter how much he has gathered and ordered up and secured, can it help him on the day of judgment? It cannot help him unless he has spent it in the way of Allah. So every person who turned away from a man refuse to obey and every person who was busy gathering up just the things of this dunya and didn't care about the earth Hello. The Hellfire is going to call every such person to itself, that they come to me Come to me. This is where you have to go. This is where you

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have to enter and abide eternally. Allah says in in Santa Julio kahaluu, indeed human beings, how have they been created? Hello, anxious. In in Santa Haleakala. This is the typical way of human beings, the typical way of people, the typical behavior of people what that they're all Hulu. What does Hulu mean? Hello tourists from the newsletters. Hello, am I in Hello, and Hello, is to be impatient to be small hearted. When a person is small hearted. When a person as a very small heart is impatient. What does it mean? That he becomes very stingy, isn't it?

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That he has something good and he keeps it with himself. He doesn't like to share even a little bit. He doesn't want to give away even a little bit.

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So he becomes very stingy. Similarly, when a person is small hearted, he also becomes very greedy, isn't it? So he just wants more and more for himself. If he doesn't have even one thing, he becomes impatient, you understand?

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Which is why he doesn't want apart from anything and he doesn't want anything missing. He wants everything for himself.

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Similarly, hello. When a person is

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Small hearted, then what does it mean he is clean or sober, he is very impatient, he cannot be patient at all.

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Something small happens and he loses it. He becomes very upset on minor things, he loses heart, he loses confidence on little things, something small happens. And he gives up, he despairs completely, he gets very upset, if somebody says something small to him, and he reacts greatly on little things. This is what Hulu is.

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So in Al insana, Holika, Hulu, or, indeed mankind was created anxious, stingy, that on one hand, people are stingy. On the other hand, they are greedy. And on the other hand, they're also very impatient and restless. Something small happens, and they make such a big deal of it. When any harm reaches a person, how does he react? Typically, he becomes afraid. And if he attains a blessing from Allah, what does he do? He becomes stingy with it. He doesn't want to share it with other people. Why is it so like this? Because this is how people are created. This is in the nature of people. It doesn't mean that if it's in the nature of people, they're allowed to be like this. No. It's in the

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nature of people. Why? Because they're being tested.

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Allah subhanaw taala is testing us that just because a las panatela has places in the nature of a person doesn't mean he doesn't struggle to improve? No, he must struggle to improve himself. You know, many times it happens that a person has some bad habit. And what does he say? I'm just like this, I've always been like this. But just because you've always been like, this doesn't mean you cannot improve yourself. You can improve yourself, you can change yourself. And this is what the test is about. You know, people say I get my anger from my father, I get my impatience from my mother, I get my habit of yelling from my older brother. No, this is not the way okay? You do have

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it. However, it doesn't mean it's okay for you.

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Allah has also given you the ability to fight it, to suppress these traits to fight against them to remove them. Otherwise, if you think about what is this key all about? This guy has to get rid of bad habits, right, and to inculcate good habits. So whatever bad habits you have been exposed to whatever bad things you have been exposed to, whatever bad things are in your nature, it's your test, that you are to get rid of them and replace them with good things. So in Al insana, Holy kahaluu, indeed, mankind was created anxious, very impatient. Why is this mentioned all of a sudden over here? Because if you look at the description in the previous ayah, that the Hellfire is going

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to call Who? Every person who are the bottle water when?

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Why is it that many people turn away from the truth? It's because of this characteristic of helluva that a person doesn't want to suffer any difficulty.

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He wants all good for himself. He doesn't want to spend anything in the way of Allah. So Allah subhanaw taala what jamara for or why is it so because people are poor? In al insana, Holika helluva.

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Either Messiah who shabu when evil touches him, he is Jesu. He is impatient. This is the description of who Hulu is. And this is how even Obasanjo described as well. He was asked what Hello are men, and even a vessel the man who responded who will come up on Allahu Tada, either Amazon

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or Amazon Hiram Anwar. This is what Hollywood means.

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That when evil touches him, he is Jesu, Jesu from rural countries. DMZ. And Jess are means to show impatience. So our owner, Elena, Arizona savarna. It is upon us whether we show impatience, or we are patient This is what the people of Hellfire will say.

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And remember that Jessica is more specific than hers and hosen is to be sad, but jazza is to show impatience to express impatience to show it. You understand that when a person has said okay, he will keep it in his heart. But gesture is that he's not able to keep it. So he shows it in his words he shows it in his behavior. He shows that by screaming and yelling and crying out loud.

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So either Mr. Will shovel just notice the word either that as soon as shank touches him, immediately his reaction is that he becomes Jesu. He becomes very impatient, extremely worried, very apprehensive.

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What either muscle hydro, and when good touches him, manure, he becomes withholding manure from the newsletters.

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mamoon I in manner, what does manner mean to stop forbid, so manure, he stops, meaning he stops giving, he doesn't give anything at all. He keeps everything to himself, he does not share the blessings with other people.

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So over here we see that this is how people have been created. And this is why we see that these characteristics are found very clearly amongst you.

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Think about it.

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They're very obvious in who

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children, isn't it? So? Think about it. It must have a shovel. Jesu

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something small happens, anything evil happens whether they trip somewhere, hurt, their foot hurt their hand, all of a sudden Jesu wailing, complaining, I hurt myself, you hurt me. This happened that happened to zoo? Well, it must sell Ohio Malinois. This is mine.

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I'm not giving it to anybody. So we see that this is how people are created. And this is why these characteristics are found very, very clearly in children.

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And as a person grows older, he becomes more sensible. He develops a fear of Allah, he becomes careful about the consequences of his actions, then what does it mean? He must grow out of these traits. He understand, he must grow out of them. And he must replace these traits with what patience and generosity

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that if something's wrong, small happens if you hurt yourself, any evil happens. That doesn't mean you start wailing and complaining and crying. And you spend the whole day frustrated and moody. No, have patience.

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Similarly, just because you have something good doesn't mean you keep it all to yourself. No, there must be generosity, you understand. So this is how people are creative naturally. But as people grow older, as they mature, in their reason, in their wisdom in their understanding in their mind, then what does it mean? A person must get rid of these bad habits. And if a person still behaves like this, then what does it show? He hasn't really grown up.

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Do you understand his Eman is still very small. His taco is still very small. You understand his reason is still very immature. He needs to grow up.

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It doesn't mean that he needs to grow up in his size and age, but he needs to grow up in his mentality in his thinking. And his reason? Why is Mr. sohio Manu,

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as I mentioned earlier, that these traits have been kept in people why? As a test as a test,

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we have learned early workflow to enforce a sure sure has been placed in the unforce as well in the people as well. And what is your stinginess as well as greed? Both combined together right? When they both become a habit? so sure. Hello, all of these are very similar, and they are placed in the nature of people as a test. And remember that Allah subhanaw taala where he has placed this evil in people he has also placed good in people, isn't it? So there is a balance for allameh Pooja, what akua ha. There's Fujio and there's also taqwa, who has succeeded or the F la Herman, the walker the harbor man, the SIR The one who is successful is the one who has purified himself. So it MSL Ohio

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men who are the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said, the son of Adam grows old, but do desires in him Romanian and what are they the desire for wealth, and the desire for life,

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the desire for wealth and the desire for life, this is typically the way of people and later on in the eyes, we will learn about a great exception, that all people are not like this. There are some people who grow out of this, who become mature.

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Similarly, from another Hadees, we learned that the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said, if the son of Adam were to possess two valleys of riches, he would long for a third one, and the stomach of the son of Adam has not failed but with dust. And Allah returns to him who repents, meaning the one who repent to Allah allowed so turns to him in lomasa Lee except those who pray except the observers of Salah they are exempt from this exempt from what?

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From having these traits which traits of impatience of greed, of showing frustration of being stingy being selfish, no, the mousseline they're exempt from this. And notice the word mousseline will sandeen is a Florida will suddenly and will suddenly This isn't fair. And what does it show that those who pray regularly which is why the next is

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alladhina humara Salatin, there even those who are constant in their prayer,

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if you think about it, Salah, it is a means of reforming a person. It is a means of purifying him from bad habits from bad characteristics.

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So all of these blameworthy characteristics, what's the solution to them? Salah if a person is impatient, how can you become more patient by performing Salah. And doesn't happen like that. If you think about a children, for example, they have a very short attention span. But when a person starts praying, then you have to pay attention not just for a minute, not just for half a minute, not just for first record, but for the entire Salah Allah subhanaw taala makes us practice this five times a day. So the cure to impatience is what patience.

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Similarly, if a person is tired, he doesn't want to get up. He doesn't want to move like children, they hurt themselves on their finger, they hurt themselves on their foot. And that's it. It's such a big deal. But when you have to pray, it doesn't matter whether your foot is hurting, or your hand is hurting, or your head is hurting, you have to get up and pray isn't it so Salah gives you the training.

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So this is why Allah says lol Musa Nene, Salah is the cure, worship is the cure to all of these blameworthy characteristics.

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Generally, what do we think that worship is the target it is the goal that we just have to worship and get it over with. But the reality is that worship is a means it is a means of what? purifying you, improving you, making you better.

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You understand? Because if you think about it, no matter how much or better a person does, can you give the help of other? No, can you say on the day of judgment or law? I was supposed to read these many papers, I've read them on like imagine No, it cannot happen like that. So a person being a human being he cannot give the Hulk of a bad. A bad therefore is not the goal. What is it? It is a means a means of what a means of getting closer to a law, a means of improving yourself a means of getting rid of bad habits. Elon was a lien.

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And remember, sada in particular, as mentioned over here, why? Because insalata done her annual fascia he will monitor it is solid that prevents a person that stops the person from fascia and Mancha.

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When a person prays regularly, then what happens? It makes him more forgiving. It makes him more generous. It prevents him from disobeying Allah. But it's not just those who pray irregularly but Allah says alladhina, whom Allah Salatin imune those people who are constant in their prayer

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that imune that Iran is the plural of that. And what is that? Who is that in one who has the one? And what is the one mean to last to remain to be continuous? So that imune meaning those who regularly pray, understand, who regularly pray consistently pray that imune not that they pray once they skip to three prayers and then they pray again, no, they're imune they are regular when it comes to Sunnah.

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They don't neglect their Salah. They pray every prayer on time, they pray every Salah properly, no buisiness prevents them from solar and no worldly benefit distracts them from it either alladhina whom Allah Salatin, the imune

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then the word de m also means second, to be still you understand? That m also means second melda water that is that it means water that is still that stays in one place. Like for example in a lake in a pond, which is why we learned the Hadith which is embodied that the prophets are allowed to swim forbade on a boat FEMA that in the Prophet sallallahu Sallam forbade people from urinating in in Medina meaning in Stillwater. Why? Because then the entire water is going to get contaminated. Right so no filth should be thrown in Stillwater. So alladhina, Humala Salatin, their Eman What does that mean? ones who are still so what does it mean? That when they're praying, they have sukoon and

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who sure and hoodoo in Salah they have Nina in Salah. Now that they're looking here and there know their eyes are the focus still. You understand their postures as soon as they're going any step up for that, for example, if they're standing there, not moving

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The whole time when they go on record, it's not that they're touching their toes just to scratch them. No similarity as a going such that as a sit up as a standard in every position they are, they're in, they become still. And remember that Nina is actually one of the important aspects of Salah is it. It's one of the pillars of sauna. Remember that man who came and prayed and the Prophet sallallahu Sallam told him to repeat his Salah, and he went and repeated his Salah. He came back, and he said that it's easier for suddenly in the Quran to study that you have not prayed. So he went and prayed again. And this happened many times until the man asked that I don't know then please

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tell me and the Prophet said about us and explain to him that as you go in any step and what should you do? Become still and then move from there.

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So alladhina Humala, Salatin, the image, is there a difference between praying just for the sake of praying and praying property is there. Of course, there's when a person prays just for the sake of praying that it will not have that great of an impact on his life. But when a person prays in this manner properly, with sukoon then it develops patience in him, isn't it? It develops calmness in him.

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You understand? It makes him more calm, it makes him more patient and Medina Hamada Salatu him de la moon. This is why we learn called the ifla helmet Milan and Medina with us when our team has your own, which believers are successful those who have who assure in Salah. Not now those who are constantly moving and Salah was there, you know, but somebody was Salah, were in the Hara, Kabila illa alhaja. insula is very heavy, except for who those who have who sure in Salah

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because when a person is praying properly, then he is in fact benefiting from it. And when a person is not praying properly, then he's not benefiting from it when it does not benefit him, then it becomes very heavy and burdensome on him.

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To alladhina humara salata him, the evil one levina and those people who feel unwell to him in their wealth, how come our loom is unknown, right?

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How can I write that belongs to who do the poor and the needy, and this help is not alone, it is known it is fixed. What does it mean by this? Meaning the wealth that they have in it is a portion that is definitely given to the poor and the needy. It's understood, whatever wealth they have of it, abortion is definitely spent on the needy. How kamalu whether it is a cat, or it is charity, but what does it mean? They regularly spend, they regularly spend on the needy.

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Remember, this is a Maki soda and in Makkah, that had not been obligated. But we see that there are companions such as a worker of the lung, who did he spend regularly underneath he? Yes, he did. Similar to the Prophet sallallahu Sallam as well. Did he spend regularly? Yes, he did. Although there was no Zakat that was mandatory, but still we see how much they would spend. So when Medina Fie and William Howe Kumar loon, and remember when a person spends regularly, then that also develops patience and tolerance and generosity in him.

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You understand? It develops generosity in him.

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So who is it fixed for? Lissa le for the one who asks one more room and the one who is deprived? Meaning the wealth, that is helpful margin that they spend on who a sale as well as more who, who is one who bags one who asks, he's needy? He goes and asks. So if somebody comes and asks them, they don't start doubting them? What do they do? They just give it because they have a habit of spending they regularly spend.

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And secondly, mahalo, who is the one who is deprived, deprived of what deprived of risk? So macroom is the poor person who is deprived of risk, but he does not beg like the sorry, he does not ask like the silence. But he is also poor.

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Because some people, they go and back and others, they don't go in back.

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And he's also called mushroom because the sign if he needs anything, he'll go and ask for it. You'll get it but he's not gonna go ask for it if you're gonna get it. No, you understand. So this is how he becomes more who he is deprived.

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So I've said that my home refers to the one who is deprived of his profit or the fruit of his effort. Why? Because of some disaster because some accident that happened. So for example, imagine somebody had a field, an orchard, and what happened, there was a storm and everything was finished, and now all of a sudden this person is mushroom. He has

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property. It's not like he's completely bored. No, he has property, he owns something. However, he has been deprived of profit, gain increase.

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So they have a fixed portion of wealth which they spend on the side. And

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now over here we see that the SAT is mentioned, doesn't mean that it's okay to ask Tibet.

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We learned that questioning I mean, asking begging is something that is not liked in Islam.

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A Buddha, Allahu anhu reported that the Messenger of Allah sallallahu Sallam said that he who begs to increase his riches is in fact asking only for a live call.

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A person who is begging, asking just to increase his wealth, what is he asking for? A live call, it is up to him to decrease it or increase it.

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In other words, the person is not needy. But he's asking why just to increase his money just to increase as well. This is something that is very, very wrong. Because when a person is going to get something, what is he getting, in fact, a call call of what Hellfire? So it's up to him how much ever he wants, he can decrease it, he can increase it

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from another Hadees we learned the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said obey so begging is not permitted except for one of three categories of people. First of all, a man who has incurred debt, a man who has incurred that,

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like, for example, a person who was a guarantee for another, who was borrowing something from another meaning he guaranteed that this person was borrowing this from you, He will definitely return it. Of the person who borrowed he never showed up. So who is it gonna fall upon the guarantee, right? So this is how he incurred that. So it's okay for him to beg, until he pays that off. You understand? It's okay for him to beg until he pays that off, after which he must stop it.

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Then secondly, a man whose property has been destroyed by calamity, which has made him for him begging is permissible till he gets what will support life or will provide him reasonable subsistence.

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So imagine a person had a store, there was fire, everything on everything finished. Now he's in that he's lost everything. So this person also may back until when, until when he has sufficient and sufficient does not mean he becomes a millionaire yet, but sufficient is that he has enough to feed himself.

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Then thirdly, a man who has been smitten by poverty, the genuineness of which should be confirmed by three knowledgeable members of his people, for him, begging is permissible, if he gets what will support it,

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you understand to a person who is suffering from poverty, and there are at least three people who can say that yes, definitely, he is poor. So for him, it may be permissible to buy other than this, it is not permissible.

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And a person who engages in begging them then what is he doing? Something that is haram? Something that is forbidden?

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So over here, we see that Lisa, anyone mushrooms the second, who does it refer to the one who is asking the one who was backing out of a genuine reason. This does not mean that if a person wants to make more money, he goes on begging people asking them

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when levina eusa deikun obioma Dean, and those who believe in the Day of Recompense, you suck the corner, look at the word you thought the corner that they don't doubt it. They don't deny it. No, no way. But in fact, what do they do? They confirm it. They believe with conviction. They confirm yoma Dean, they are sure of the final return to Allah, the reckoning the Recompense. And when a person does this leak of the Day of Judgment, he believes in it with conviction, then does it change his behavior? Does it change his behavior? Yes, it does. If he gets pricked by us aren't even he gets blocked by a pin? Will he will? Or will he go for a walk from a law by being patient? There's a

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difference right? The more Eman a person has and the Day of Judgment, the more patient he becomes. No matter what difficulty is going through, he will not complain. He will not tell other people about it. Why? Because he wants to secure his reward in the hereafter.

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submitted belief in the hereafter makes a person more patient makes a person generous. It enables him to give

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well levina and those who whom they mean or there will be him from the punishment of their Lord, which feel cool and ones who are fearful. Those who are fearful of the punishment of their Lord, which punishment the one that could be the Hereafter, the one that could be in this dunya earlier and the sooner we learn

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Certain asset a loan via debit worker, it's those who disbelieve who demand for the punishment and what about the believers they are afraid of it. So when Latina woman or tabula beam wish to

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notice how on one hand so many good deeds are mentioned, like Salah, what kind of Salah, the insula, then similarly, what else has mentioned spending? How Kumar aloha Kumar means they regularly spend

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so, on one hand, they're performing so many good deeds, but at the same time, they're also afraid. Why is it so? Because they know that their deeds are not enough. their deeds are not good enough. They can never take Jana, in return for the deeds that they're performing meaning Jenna, reward is what Mercy of Allah

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so when Latina woman or their beloved, which cocoon This is just like we have learned earlier in Milan is 16 that will lead you to Nevada waku home, where doula and home in Arabi him, Roger on that those who give what they give, all their hearts are fearful. They give what they give, while they're afraid. Why are they afraid, that is worthy of being accepted, even

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when our Lord accept this?

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Because they know that they could do better.

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You understand? One is a person who does a little bit any things that he asked what I've done is amazing, perfect. And another is a person who does his best, but still he knows it's not the best, it could still be improved.

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So this is why there are much rakuen up there, Lord Wish we can have the punishment of their Lord, and they should be afraid, because Allah says, in other words, be him. Are you much more indeed the punishment of their Lord? Is not that from which one is safe moon, moon from the roof veterus hums me noon. Amen. And what does it mean to be safe to be secure, more and more from one who is safe one who is secure. So the punishment of their Lord is such that no one can be removed from it? None can feel safe against it? No one at all? Which is why we see that even the Prophet sallallahu wasallam.

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Whenever he would see the wind blow strongly, would he become afraid? Yes, he would.

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When he would see clouds approaching the wind blowing fiercely. What would he do? He would go in, he would go out he would become nervous. You could see the nervousness on his face.

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And then he would make the automa when there was thunder, the sound of thunder, lightning in the sky. Again, what was his reaction? He would be afraid he would pray to Allah to save him from the punishment. Isn't it so?

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So in other words,

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the punishment of Allah is such that no person can ever feel secure from it, no person.

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Because we don't know. What is the quality of the deeds that we're performing? What reward is it that they deserve?

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A person may be performing great good deeds in this dunya. But on the Day of Judgment, if Allah says, No, you didn't do it for me,

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you did it for some other reason, and a person say anything? No, the first cases to be brought on the Day of Judgment are of who, a person who died in the way of a law, a person who recited the book of a law, a person who spent in the way of a law, apparently, all of this apparently.

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And Allah subhanaw taala will remind each and every one of them of the favors that he bestowed on them, and you will ask them, What did you do? And they will say, we did this for you, we did this for you, we did this for you. And what did Allah say you're lying? You did it so that you would be praised and you were praised? So just imagine going to person ever feel secure of the punishment of Allah? Can he ever think that just because I have done such and such it's enough for me, I have read the Quran. Once this is enough for me. I have started doing these good deeds, this is enough for me know, a person can never ever feel secure. So many times in sort of the world what is question what

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is asked a mentor? Do you feel secure? Are you not afraid? Allah can punish you at any moment, any moment and you cannot defend yourself.

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In the previous I we learned about the messengers, that alone is enemy even that if he had fabricated something against Allah, even he would not be spared. Now men who believe you mean just imagine.

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So in other words,

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no person can ever feel content and safe from the punishment of Allah.

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Rather, every single person should feel afraid, no matter who he is. This is why we are to remain between hope and fear. Hope because the good that we do, and fear at the same time because of our shortcomings because of our neglect.

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When a person remains in the state, this is when he keeps improving. This is when he keeps going.

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And the moment a person thinks I have done enough, I don't need to feel afraid. Allah will definitely send me to gender, then what happens? What happens? The quality of his deeds, it goes down in either Bobby him the moon,

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we're levena, whom Lee Farrugia him Have you alone, and those who guard their private parts, guard their private parts from what from exposing them and also from doing, how long with them and the details we have learned where instead of the moon Illa Allah as watching him except from their wives, oma monoket a man whom are those that the right hands possess, meaning the female slaves for in the homebuyer romelu mean? So they are not to be blamed concerning that, meaning if they expose themselves or if they fulfill their desires with their wives, and their female slaves, and they're not blameworthy in this

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family widow Delica. But whoever seeks beyond that, meaning beyond the wife, beyond the female slave, whoever seeks beyond that for hula, hula dude, then they are the transgressors. They're the ones who are crossing the limit, who are stepping into that which is unlawful

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when levina and those people who whom they Lionetti him for their trusts were actually him and their promises of our own they're attentive, I'm an act this is the plural of man

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and what is an Amana

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trust anything that has been entrusted to you that you are to look after it, you are to take care of it, you are to do certain things with it,

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you are made responsible for it basically.

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So Amana is of different different types. Amana includes something that has been deposited with a person as a trust. So, he is to look after take care of it.

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And when the time comes, return it.

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Similarly, the word Amana also applies to a responsibility that has been assigned to a person we have learned earlier, that Indeed Allah orders you that unto adullam Annette in a way

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that you give the amenity to those who are worthy of it. So over there, what does that mean Trust's responsibilities, that who should a responsibility be given to someone who is worthy of it someone who can actually fulfill it. So Amana is what things that are interesting to them, secondly, responsibilities that are given to them.

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And thirdly, Amana is also understood as a buyer,

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like a commitment, a promise a pledge that a person makes with another.

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So, that is also what Amana for example, if a person makes a contract with someone, that I will do such and such, and you give me this and this in return,

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for example, a person goes to a particular company he's hired over there, there's a contract between the two,

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you understand?

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So, where the company is to pay him he is to do he is to do certain things as well.

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So all of his responsibilities, all of his work, that is what an Amana on him.

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You understand? Amanda is not just about that this person gave you their ring and you're supposed to look after it, no, Amanda is also a responsibility, your work that you were supposed to do that is also a minor.

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So when Latina homely Mr, Natty Mara

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similarly, if a person goes and becomes a student somewhere, then there are certain responsibilities that are imposed on them is an utter So, what does that mean? That whatever they're required to do, whether it is wearing the uniform or it is coming regularly or it is submitting the assignments on time all of this is what Amana

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similarity when we tell you that you come and study for this long and this is what we will teach you then this is also what an Amana on us, you understand. So Amana is whatever a person has to fulfill, whatever he has to give to the other

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whether it is something tangible or it is something intangible, whether it is some kind of work or it is some kind of service. So, all of this is what Amana what are the him and their promises, the promises that they make, that I will do such and such, I will fulfill this and this. They are what our own once were very attentive. And notice the word war room. This is very important.

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Ron is a plural of our and who is learning a shepherd,

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a shepherd has to look after his sheep, how often

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for as long as he has, every single day, he cannot even take a single day off. You know, for example, if you have a fish tank, you have fish in there, you have to feed them every single day. But you get these things in which you can actually put the food for up to a week, and then it will dispose of the food into the tank. So okay, you can go for a week and the food the fish will get.

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But can a shepherd do this, he cannot do that. He cannot just install security cameras and make sure the food is there and be away. No, he has to look after the sheep, he has to be physically present over there, he has to be attentive. This is why he is to look after a living being a living creature. And that includes feeding them. And secondly, protecting them against dangerous.

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So it's a full time job full time that requires you to be not just physically present but mentally present as well.

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And it requires you to be very, very alert.

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You understand?

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Similarly, when it comes to the obligations or responsibilities that we have the work that we have to do? Can we have a careless attitude towards it? Yeah, it'll get done. We'll see. No, you cannot be careless with it. You have to be very, very attentive, very mindful, you have to plan from before you understand. You have to do all this planning as well.

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For example, a shepherd will not say that, yeah, let's just go out and see. And you know, whatever food they find, they find they eat? No, he has to be careful. Which pasture is he taking the animals to, so that they will actually eat something good. And he has to be very alert. I was watching this documentary recently, in which this particular place in the United Kingdom, I don't remember exactly where. But one of the shores, the water is such that it rises up very, very quickly. And it also goes back down very quickly as well. And the land over there is so fertile, and the grass that grows over there, the plants that are over there, they're very, very good, very nutritious. So the

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shepherds actually take their herds over there in order to feed them. But one of the shepherds was saying that the water comes so quickly, that literally it's like coming at walking pace, you know, as you're walking, this is how the water is coming. This is how quickly it comes.

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So as your sheep are there, they have to literally run after each and every single one of them and take them away because if they leave them they'll drown.

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So a person cannot be careless. That Yeah, yeah, it'll happen itself. It will not happen itself. If you've taken a responsibility, you have to do some work. It will not just get done by itself. Will ladina homeless aminata hemara de la rhune. very attentive, very careful, not neglectful not careless. But very, very careful. We're Latina only Amanda de moi de la rue.

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And if you think about it includes promises that people make with people as well as with a loss of final title.

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And the first part that we have made is which one is to become the other last, right? So fulfilling that, and then fulfilling other promises as well.

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When lilina whom bisha data you call imune and those who are in their testimonies, upright, meaning whatever shahadat whatever testimonies they take, how are they called in their upright in their

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Shahada. Remember, this is also of different types. First is the Shahada that we all have taken which is Shahada, Allah, Allah Illallah Muhammad, Abdul Rasul Allah.

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This is one Chad. So what does it mean by by a moon being upright concerning it, being firm on it, because our aim is one who is standing? Someone who is upright one who is firm, what does it mean? That when a person has said that he is a believer, then he also proves it?

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He lives accordingly as well. So alladhina homi Shahada tiempo imune.

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Secondly, Shahada is also with regards to people that for example, a testimony has to be taken.

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So a testimony whenever they have to take it with regards to people they are truthful and honest, they don't conceal it, nor do they give any false testimony.

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This is why Allah says we're okay with Shahada law

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is written Isa I 135. We learn Yeah, you are Latina Armando. Kanaka wamena. Well, Christy shuhada Lena in Santa Barbara 283. Well

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Dr. macheda, don't conceal the Shahada. Don't hide testimony. If you know about a fact don't hide it, go and testify

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into the corner and 72 we learned when Nadine Elia shadowed a zoo, they do not testify default so they do not give false testimony. Well, ladina Humala Salatin, you have a loan, and those who carefully maintained their prayer, they do half of their Salah.

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We have learned earlier half you'll either swallow it was slowly it will stop. What does it mean by guarding the Salah, one Medina whom Allah so that he will have you

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guarding the solar means maintaining it, performing it properly, and secondly, not wasting it.

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Anything else?

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guarding the solar means performing it at the right time. Not neglecting it, not delaying it for the sake of anything else. being attentive about it, being careful about its timings that once a time enters and pray as soon as possible. Not that a person keeps delaying.

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And then also that once a person has performed so that he doesn't waste it by following it up by evil deeds. No. He guards the Sunnah and guards the reward of the sun as well. So when Lolita Humala Salatin, you have your rune, those who carefully maintained their prayer

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notice over here, after this ayah what is Allah Allah ecoffee genetic, mocha moon, they will be in gardens honored.

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What was the first characteristic that was mentioned?

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of Salah? What characteristic was that alladhina whom Allah Salatin, the moon and over here what is mentioned? You have his own

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Salah is extremely important. Riba is extremely important.

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Remember, I told you at the beginning of the surah as an introduction, that a person must do Dawa in the law, but at the same time, can he neglects Riba? No, he cannot.

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Because in order to do their work, in order to call people to Allah, what do you need patience, what do you need generosity. What do you need forgiveness, tolerance, you cannot develop all of these habits without Salah

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you cannot develop these habits without Salah. So this is why Salah is mentioned at the beginning so as mentioned at the end as well, when Latina whom Allah Salatin, you have your own

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Allah ecoffee genetic vokra Moon, they will be in gardens, honored, honored by who? Allah subhanaw taala who is someone who is treated with a lot of generosity, someone who has shown a lot of favor, someone who is respected someone who is rewarded. So how will they be honored in gender, that they will be treated as guests. So many times we learn that the reward that is in general what is it noodle? noodle? What does it mean? hospitality that which has been prepared for a guest. So they will be in genette in gardens honored by Allah,

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honored by the various types of pleasures and delights that a las panatela will bestow on them.

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